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Friday, 2 July 2010

Gang's 'Christopher Columbus' deported

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Gang's 'Christopher Columbus' deported: "Ecuadorian man who brought a large and dangerous global street gang to Canada — described as the gang’s Christopher Columbus for opening up a New World to the organization — has been deported, along with three of his henchmen.
The heavily tattooed Flavio Mauricio Reyes-Criollo, 23, went by the nickname “King Fido” within the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation in Toronto but liked when gang members called him “the godfather” in deference to his role in bringing the Hispanic gang here in 2003.
“Canada is a new frontier,” a former member of the ALKQN said of the expansion, colourfully describing Reyes-Criollo as their “Cristóbal Colón,” the Spanish name for the famed explorer who discovered the Americas for the Spanish throne in 1492.
Last month, Reyes-Criollo’s explorations ended.
He was escorted back to his native Ecuador after being declared a non-Canadian member of a criminal organization."

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